Amic Email Backup is a handy software tool for Microsoft Windows based PCs designed to create backup copies of your email database and Web browser Favorites. Amic Email Backup can save emails, address books, mail and news accounts and their settings, message rules, blocked sender lists and signatures, to a single compact, compressed backup file that can be easily restored when necessary. Supports the top 11 email clients and the most popular browsers.
Some of the reasons to do backups: In case virus infects your computer, software failures, or power outages can destroy the data on your hard drives. Why would you have to re-download or even loose all you existing email messages ( together with address book, contacts, mail rules and all other email data ) every time your system crashes or you re-install Windows? You can just use Amic email Backup to create a compressed backup copy of your email data and store it in a safe place. After a crash or a format, simply restore the backup and your data will be back in no time.
This is where Amic Email Backup comes to rescue, it allows the home and small business computer user to save the email folders and settings easily, either manually or with the automated wizard, at scheduled intervals. This eliminates the need for an unnecessary complex and expensive backup software.
The software is very easy and intuitive to use, has two working modes, a Wizard mode and a standard mode.
The Schedule feature allows you to backup the email database daily, weekly or at any pre determined time frame. The email database can be saved on one computer and restored to another, thus making Amic Email Backup not just a backup utility but also a synchronization tool.
Unlike other email backup utilities Amic Email Backup works with the top 11 popular Email Clients such as MS Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, Netscape Messenger, IncrediMail and PocoMail and others. Version 3.0 includes huge speed updates, added support for 3 new email clients, and added support for backing up bookmarks in web browsers.
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